'I didn’t send out a tweet,' says the International Trade Secretary
Event is organised by the Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council, a group backed by large corporations with business interests in the continent
Th term was coined by sceptical officials, worried about the importance given to Commonwealth trade deals ahead of Brexit negotiations
It’s easy to rubbish the Lords whenever the Government wants to roll over us. But we’re an essential element in our parliamentary democracy. The whole idea of parliamentary democracy is that the government is held to account day by day and week by week, not just by occasional referendums
It shouldn’t need stating that Theresa May has no mandate for the Brexit she unravelled today. Because the only question was in or out, we stumbled blindly first into the chaotic Brexit-means-Brexit stasis of recent months, and now towards a miserably insular future
Boris Johnson, David Davis and Liam Fox were instrumental in the Leave campaign
Sir Ivan Rogers's brutal resignation letter also tells British diplomats in Brussels to 'carry on speaking truth to power'
Doubts over future relations between UK and rest of European Union face making the country less attractive for scientists and investors, committee warns
Exclusive: Countries with which the UK has territorial disputes – such as Argentina and Spain – could use the opportunity to force compromise on other issues, the Institute of Export has warned
UK yet to spell out whether it wants to remain in the EU single market or customs union
Børge Brende is in London for discussions with the UK
The Office for Budget Responsibility trade outlook flies in the face of the Government's positive claims
Downing Street has rejected the idea that ministers may use Nigel Farage’s links to Donald Trump to build bridges with the next US President.
The President-elect has threatened to kill off the proposed US-EU package – opening the door to a deal with Britain instead, it is claimed
Exclusive: The Government claims that ‘public interest favours withholding this information’, although one Lib Dem peer lamented that ‘the nasty party still doesn’t understand that discrimination is bad for business‘
'Formally you cannot conclude or even negotiate the agreement that belongs to a third-country situation while you are still a member,' says Danuta Hübner